Our Right-of-Way project managers can research and review land title documents to determine right of way location and width, to identify possible encumbrances.
We work with design engineers to determine the necessity of easements and portion of property to take for additional right-of-way, and can assist in the preparation of legal descriptions and plan exhibits necessary to negotiate with property owners in order to acquire parcels.
Our right-of-way services are available throughout Utah and the Intermountain West (Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, and Arizona).
Right-Of-Way Surveying is a land survey depicting the limits of title, including those of the entity/agency that has the interest or jurisdiction of the property.
A right-of-way is basically land owned by a municipality or company for the transportation of goods or people.
Our streets, roads, highways, railroads and navigable waterways are typically located within a right-of-way and the municipality or company has the right to maintain these rights-of-way as long as reasonable access is provided to the adjacent property owners.
The professional team at REDCON conducts extensive research to make a determination of the position of the deeded right-of-way. A Right-of-Way survey does not include above or below ground improvements, features, or any encroachment.
An easement is a restriction placed on the use of the property allowing another party use of the property for certain purposes.
A property owner still owns the land within the easement and is responsible for the property. The easement functions as a restriction which limits the use of a property.
Through our Right-of-Way land survey process, we can recommend easements, provide documentation and help file paperwork to get an easement approved.